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demisemiquaver in a sentence

"demisemiquaver" meaning  "demisemiquaver" in Chinese  
  1. This leads to a light arpeggiated demisemiquaver transition passage.
  2. It is made up of one bar of demisemiquaver scales leading into four bars where the theme becomes angular, chromatic and syncopated.
  3. Tartini advised a correspondent to practice playing semiquavers as demisemiquavers followed by a rest, gradually building up the tempo but maintaining the separation between notes.
  4. The soprano aria is accompanied by what John Eliot Gardiner terms " the most technically challenging of all Bach's flute demisemiquavers per bar ".
  5. Currently the hardest one rated is number 1 in C, with its tricky ornaments and the climax at the end when both hands move across the keys in douuble notes demisemiquavers.
  6. It's difficult to find demisemiquaver in a sentence.
  7. A fury of violin demisemiquavers, sharp dotted rhythms in the basses and violent interjections from the trumpets and timpani propel the music dissonantly through an increasingly complex texture until the tempo marking doubles to  Allegro.
  8. In the sixth bar a demisemiquaver motif is introduced that is developed later in the duet in a highly original way; it also serves as a means of modulation after which the parts interchange their roles.
  9. Because there is ambiguity as to whether an unmeasured tremolo or regular repeated demisemiquavers ( thirty-second notes ) should be played, the word " tremolo " or the abbreviation " trem . ", is sometimes added.
  10. The piece is technically demanding, requiring digital velocity and dexterity, as well as stamina : lasting on average four and a half minutes, its 23 pages contains long passages of perpetual triplet-32nd notes ( triplet demisemiquavers ) for the right hand.
  11. Messiaen also used the concept of " chromatic durations ", for example in his " Soixante-quatre dur閑s " from " Livre d'orgue " ( ), which is built from, in Messiaen's words, " 64 chromatic durations from 1 to 64 demisemiquavers [ thirty-second notes ]  invested in groups of 4, from the ends to the centre, forwards and backwards alternately treated as a retrograde canon.

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